Not that there's anything wring with that.
I was just posting about this elsewhere. I shall copy & paste:
A little lopsided as far as collaboration goes. Chris Squire contributes some vocals and his distinctive bass playing along with some songwriting (including "Aliens Are Only Us From The Future" which was played live by Yes prior to Fly From Here), Steve Hackett contributes absolutely everything else. Or, at least, that's what it sounds like to me. Not that I'm complaining since Steve Hackett is great. It's a bit more poppy than Hackett's last couple albums (Squire's influence maybe?) but otherwise sounds every bit the follow-up to "Beyond The Shrouded Horizon" and it's nearly as good (though not quite touching it, since this album's a little too samey sounding overall). Hackett fans should definitely check this out. Squire fans needn't bother if all they're looking for is Yes-music, but there's no reason why they wouldn't like this otherwise.